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Fascist Obama Campaign Website Maligns Romney Donors... is This the American way?

Charge 2012/04/27 21:16:40
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President Obama's Campaign has sunken to a new low naming Romney contributors and maligning them calling them, "anti-American", "criminals", "bitter foe of the gay rights movement", "having less-than-reputable records" and more.
read here....
http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/romney-obama-election-2012/20...

"Try this thought experiment: You decide to donate money to Mitt
Romney. You want change in the Oval Office, so you engage in your
democratic right to send a check.

Several days later, President Barack Obama, the most powerful man on
the planet, singles you out by name. His campaign brands you a Romney
donor, shames you for "betting against America," and accuses you of
having a "less-than-reputable" record. The message from the man who
controls the Justice Department (which can indict you), the SEC (which
can fine you), and the IRS (which can audit you), is clear: You made a
mistake donating that money."

http://nation.foxnews.com/president-obama/2012/04/27/obama-tr...

Remember people this is our Current PRESIDENT that is behind this... just roll that around in your mind. I say we all donate to Romney and the hell with the Gestapo Obama Progressive Liberals (You call this progress?)
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  • Charge 2012/04/27 21:20:06 (edited)
    Yes... Progressive Liberals need to do this to win.
    Charge
    +7
    This should scare the sh*t out of every American that loves this country. This is what the leader of our country will use to get re-elected and it will only get worse.

    obama gestapo

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  • Charles R. Anderson 2012/05/04 02:30:56
    No... This is Fascist Politics.
    Charles R. Anderson
    +1
    Socialism is founded on the brutal use of force by government. What do you expect of a thoroughly socialist President. That should be a contradiction in terms, since a President has to give his oath that he will protect, defend, and preserve the Constitution, which is strongly anti-socialist. But with a 100 years or more of creeping Progressivism, really socialism, transforming the interpretation of the Constitution with new definitions of words and an ever increasing dropping of context and purpose, socialists now simply laugh, when they do not snort, at the Constitution. Perhaps the recent court decisions upholding freedom of speech (Citizens United v FEC), upholding the right to own firearms, and now the likely overturn of ObamaCare, these socialists will no longer be so presumptuous as to assume that the Constitution can never stop their evil theft and tyranny.
  • none 2012/05/02 13:47:27
    No... This is Fascist Politics.
    none
    +2
    Obama and his campaign people don't care what they do to win, anything goes. Obama is a disgrace.
  • LisaSmith 2012/05/02 13:35:53
    No... This is Fascist Politics.
    LisaSmith
    +1
    It hasn't been the American way for the last three and a half years.
  • Singerar 2012/05/01 19:43:45 (edited)
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/01 20:57:18 (edited)
    Charge
    +1
    To list donors is fine; to malign and ridicule them is a purposeful program of intimidation is Fascist.
    They start with the largest and most prominent donors; casting unfounded ad hominem insults at them and therefore put the fear of the same attacks in the minds of anyone that would want to donate to Romney.
    casting unfounded ad hominem insults fear attacks minds donate romney
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/01 21:08:33
    Singerar
    +2
    Where is the solid proof of this ridicule? Hard proof please.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/01 21:22:23
    Charge
    +1
    Try this thought experiment: You decide to donate money to Mitt Romney. You want change in the Oval Office, so you engage in your democratic right to send a check.

    Several days later, President Barack Obama, the most powerful man on the planet, singles you out by name. His campaign brands you a Romney donor, shames you for "betting against America," and accuses you of having a "less-than-reputable" record. The message from the man who controls the Justice Department (which can indict you), the SEC (which can fine you), and the IRS (which can audit you), is clear: You made a mistake donating that money.

    If You are interested in the truth:

    http://online.wsj.com/article...

    http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfr...

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-...
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/01 21:48:05
    Singerar
    +2
    I read all three:
    So - eight individuals which Obamas campaign (you don't think Obama himself is doing this?) uncovers NOT ONLY donations but unethical working or personal practices....blown. Oops

    1. Do you think there are millions more to put in the paper or will they just stick to the completely unethical businessmen who support Romney?

    2. Do you think for 2 seconds that ROMNEY's campaign won't be doing the same thing? They will, it's time to play ball....and we all know what big balls these politicians have.

    3. Personally, with all the crap (birthers, and liars) out there who have tried to destroy Obama on an HOURLY basis, without factual evidence - I think at this moment, 8 sacrificial "businessmen" who DON'T play by the rules, don't bother us Democrats a bit.

    Tit for Tat? It's Politics right? Like I said, they've been doing this for centuries. The premise of these articles are just more scare tactics. A few more names will come out but hey.....if you're not doing anything illegal or considered unpatriotic, you shouldn't be worried about anything.
    Like outsourcing, hiring illegals, tax evasions or holding anti-gay rallies. Let the facts fly. It's what the Americans want...like their precious birth certificate.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/02 13:31:14
    Charge
    +1
    Funny thing, as the Obama campaign websites do this there are NO facts to support the accusations of wrong doing, just accusations. Well I think the bottom line here is Obama is being revealed for the underhanded liar he and the Progressive Liberals are.... Let's see how the American people read this...
    Your attempt at excuses for Obama's reprehensible character is truly transparent and fails completely.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/03 01:27:38
    Singerar
    So we shall see what an underhanded liar Romeny and his ignorant flip-flopping Cons are "When the American People"...hear all the facts.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/03 17:21:08
    Charge
    Yes and since they will ignore the Progressive propaganda and lies Romney will win.
    ignore progressive propaganda lies romney win
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/03 17:56:56
    Singerar
    +1
    No...people are too scared of him. He's a cult member.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/03 22:02:27
    Charge
    Wow, what cult is that... oh, wait, don't tell me You are one of those religious bigots?
    Almost any religion, based on definition, can be called a cult... You use the word in a defamatory derogatory manner, in an attempt to demean the man.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 01:22:38
    Singerar
    +1
    Look up Cult. Do your own research. I am not a religious bigot at all. If that works for you...knock yourself out. But, Mormonism is a Cult, if you knew the definition. It's up there with Scientology.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 02:21:19
    Charge
    What happened to all the fine Liberal tolerance, what point are You trying to make exactly? I guess it's really ok to judge people according to their religion, right!
    CULT:
    1: formal religious veneration : worship
    2: a system of religious beliefs and ritual; also : its body of adherents
    3: a religion regarded as unorthodox or spurious; also : its body of adherents
    4: a system for the cure of disease based on dogma set forth by its promulgator
    5
    a : great devotion to a person, idea, object, movement, or work (as a film or book); especially : such devotion regarded as a literary or intellectual fad
    b : the object of such devotion
    c : a usually small group of people characterized by such devotion

    And I guess this is ok?
    jeromiah wright white hatred

    jeromiah wright white hatred
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 02:52:58
    Singerar
    Where did you get that definition? That doesn't describe "Religious Cult" at all.

    Here's some research for you. This is real... Not your BS
    1. "The word CULT in current popular usage usually refers to a new religious movement or other group whose beliefs or practices are considered abnormal or bizarre."

    2. "The perspectives of a CULT share the assumption that some form of coercive persuasion or mind control is used to recruit and maintain members by suppressing their ability to reason, think critically, and make choices in their own best interest."

    3. When you are looking at a group of people who use not only mind control but obvious devices to keep you from family and friends, making an exit impossible to leave, threaten you and shame you if you question leaving....these are the things a TRUE Cult is.

    Basic religious services, are just that. Basic religion. You have a freedom of choice, thought, most don't shame. You provide community help. You are not told who to associate with or how much money to hand over. This is not considered to be "cult like" behavior. It's more social.

    I mean.....is that not obvious to you?
    Do you not understand what Cult really means?
    #3 on YOUR list was the only one that fit the Cult following definition as a "Religious Cult".

    Why did you show Sharpton...











    Where did you get that definition? That doesn't describe "Religious Cult" at all.

    Here's some research for you. This is real... Not your BS
    1. "The word CULT in current popular usage usually refers to a new religious movement or other group whose beliefs or practices are considered abnormal or bizarre."

    2. "The perspectives of a CULT share the assumption that some form of coercive persuasion or mind control is used to recruit and maintain members by suppressing their ability to reason, think critically, and make choices in their own best interest."

    3. When you are looking at a group of people who use not only mind control but obvious devices to keep you from family and friends, making an exit impossible to leave, threaten you and shame you if you question leaving....these are the things a TRUE Cult is.

    Basic religious services, are just that. Basic religion. You have a freedom of choice, thought, most don't shame. You provide community help. You are not told who to associate with or how much money to hand over. This is not considered to be "cult like" behavior. It's more social.

    I mean.....is that not obvious to you?
    Do you not understand what Cult really means?
    #3 on YOUR list was the only one that fit the Cult following definition as a "Religious Cult".

    Why did you show Sharpton? He's just a media whore. Not a Cult member.
    Then you showed Rev. Wright! He's a bigoted Zealot that Obama dropped after he made his "Egomaniac" statements.

    I don't think you know what you are talking about,
    Google Church of the Latter Day Saints.
    Do you realize it's not even Christian Based?
    A MAN made the religion up.
    You CANT enter their Temple unless you are a Practicing Mormon.
    You can't discuss your rituals.
    If you leave the Church you are EXILED...like cant talk to your family.
    Joseph Smith?

    Really....you don't know this?
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  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 14:16:20
    Charge
    The definition I posted is from Websters dictionary, what is YOUR source?
    Now I know where You are coming from, a political/social definition of what is acceptable based on social beliefs...
    Of course Your definitions are created by and changed, by men, to conform to their current sociopolitical needs at the time; see National Socialist German Workers' Party or Social Democratic Party of Russia, they did the same thing the Progressive Liberals are doing now in the United States.
    You and Your Progressive Socialistic party define things as needed to conform to their agenda, and people like You suck it up.
    What right do You or any of Your ilk have to question the tenets of any other religion for political gain.
    You show no more than a religious hate zealot, I would imagine a person like You could find something about every religion to demean someone; it reveals You as no more than a hypocrite.
    Based on Your words, I quote:
    "conservatives HATE GAYs, HATE feeding the poor, HATE women's rights for their bodies, HATE non-Christians, HATE those who think differently or Hell...those who think."
    You are no more than a hate monger willing to distort any truth or belief to advance your political agenda. Your saying Conservatives HATE non-Christians, yet You are the one saying Romney is a non-Chr...
    The definition I posted is from Websters dictionary, what is YOUR source?
    Now I know where You are coming from, a political/social definition of what is acceptable based on social beliefs...
    Of course Your definitions are created by and changed, by men, to conform to their current sociopolitical needs at the time; see National Socialist German Workers' Party or Social Democratic Party of Russia, they did the same thing the Progressive Liberals are doing now in the United States.
    You and Your Progressive Socialistic party define things as needed to conform to their agenda, and people like You suck it up.
    What right do You or any of Your ilk have to question the tenets of any other religion for political gain.
    You show no more than a religious hate zealot, I would imagine a person like You could find something about every religion to demean someone; it reveals You as no more than a hypocrite.
    Based on Your words, I quote:
    "conservatives HATE GAYs, HATE feeding the poor, HATE women's rights for their bodies, HATE non-Christians, HATE those who think differently or Hell...those who think."
    You are no more than a hate monger willing to distort any truth or belief to advance your political agenda. Your saying Conservatives HATE non-Christians, yet You are the one saying Romney is a non-Christian and You hate his religion, (He is a Republican by the way).... It seems that the hater here is YOU. which is it, You can't have it both ways.
    Typical behavior for two faced Progressive Liberals...
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  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 16:32:58
    Singerar
    +1
    The HATE is from the Republican party, yes. I meant that.
    You still don't understand the definition of "religious Cult". Did you look that up?

    I only question those who have the capacity to ruin a human life. To cut them off from thir families. To brainwash them into an abnormal ritual..( remember Heavens Gate...or the Manson Family?)

    You didn't read my paragraph above or you would have seen that I am not worried or question a basic community church.

    It's the CULTS who ruin lives.

    Google Top Ten Cults and you'll see what I mean.

    Unfortunately, YOU are not getting this subject.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 17:40:47
    Charge
    I'm just "not getting" your Progressive Liberal slant. I told you my 'Cult' definition came from the Webster Dictionary... Where did yours come from... You didn't answer that?
    You talk out both sides of Your mouth.
    Are You actually comparing the Mormon religion to Heavens Gate and the Manson Family?..... WOW!
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 18:08:04
    Singerar
    No not comparing....the are Cults. The definition is the first thing that popped up on my Internet when I Googled it for you. The rest of the definition I wrote since studying Cults in college. You got a general definition of cult. There can be cult movies, cult followings of groups like Treakies, and yes, SOME people might put common religions in that status.

    I've said "religious cults" for a reason.
    Here are the top ten in America since you have decided to be so defiant in doing your own research.

    This is a study from a common Christian website.

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism).
    A very subtle, spiritual deception started in 1830 by Joseph Smith. This aggressively evangelistic group contends that it is the only true Church, and that all Christians outside Mormonism are following a deficient Gospel and a false Christ.

    The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses).
    Militantly anti-historic Christian tenets. This group began in the 1870s with Charles Taze Russell. They not only deny the essentials of the Christian faith, but the control exercised over the membership is highly destructive.

    The Church of Scientology.
    A do-it-yourself salvation, science fiction group that masquerades as the true Church, lightly sprayed with a thin veneer of Chri...

























    No not comparing....the are Cults. The definition is the first thing that popped up on my Internet when I Googled it for you. The rest of the definition I wrote since studying Cults in college. You got a general definition of cult. There can be cult movies, cult followings of groups like Treakies, and yes, SOME people might put common religions in that status.

    I've said "religious cults" for a reason.
    Here are the top ten in America since you have decided to be so defiant in doing your own research.

    This is a study from a common Christian website.

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism).
    A very subtle, spiritual deception started in 1830 by Joseph Smith. This aggressively evangelistic group contends that it is the only true Church, and that all Christians outside Mormonism are following a deficient Gospel and a false Christ.

    The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses).
    Militantly anti-historic Christian tenets. This group began in the 1870s with Charles Taze Russell. They not only deny the essentials of the Christian faith, but the control exercised over the membership is highly destructive.

    The Church of Scientology.
    A do-it-yourself salvation, science fiction group that masquerades as the true Church, lightly sprayed with a thin veneer of Christianity. Seeks to destroy through litigation and character assassination those who speak out against the group.

    The Twelve Tribes.
    This group began in the early 1970s with Elbert Eugene Spriggs. They claim that salvation can only be found by giving all possessions to them and living in their community. All personal decision-making power is given over to the leadership.
    An open letter to a prospective member of the Messianic Communities (aka Twelve Tribes) -

    The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity (Unification Church).
    Founded in 1954 by Sun Myung Moon, this highly authoritarian and destructive group teaches that Jesus failed on the cross. Moon is now the mediator between God and man.

    The International Churches of Christ (Boston Movement).
    This highly evangelistic group which began in 1978 with Kip McKean embraces most of the main tenets of the historic Church. Teaches that it is the only true Church and is highly authoritarian, with immense control over members' lives.

    The Family (Children of God).
    This communal group was founded by David “Moses” Berg. A strange mixture of basic Christian tenets and almost total sexual license. Very controlling and manipulative.

    Christian Identity Movement (Aryan Nations, Christian Identity Church, Klu Klux Klan, etc.).
    A loose-knit confederation of various small groups that are militantly anti-government and conspiracy driven. Each group holds differing, deviant Christian tenets. All hold to Caucasians being the descendants of the ten “lost” Tribes of Israel, God's true people.

    The Nation of Islam (Black Muslims).
    Began in 1930s by W. D. Fard. Group teaches that the black man is good, the white man is the devil, and that Jesus was merely a prophet. Highly controlling group.
    Learn more about the Nation of Islam -…

    United Pentecostal Church (UPC).
    A highly controlling, legalistic group that was formed in 1945. This group denies the Trinity and teaches that in order to be saved one must be baptized in the name of
    Jesus only.

    There are many more new ones.
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  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 18:13:33 (edited)
    Singerar
    No not comparing....they are Cults. The definition is the first thing that popped up on my Internet when I Googled it for you. The rest of the definition I wrote since studying Cults in college. You got a general definition of cult. There can be cult movies, cult followings of groups like Treakies, and yes, SOME people might put common religions in that status.

    I've said "religious cults" for a reason.
    Here are the top ten in America since you have decided to be so defiant in doing your own research.


    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism).
    A very subtle, spiritual deception started in 1830 by Joseph Smith. This aggressively evangelistic group contends that it is the only true Church, and that all Christians outside Mormonism are following a deficient Gospel and a false Christ.

    The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses).
    Militantly anti-historic Christian tenets. This group began in the 1870s with Charles Taze Russell. They not only deny the essentials of the Christian faith, but the control exercised over the membership is highly destructive.

    The Church of Scientology.
    A do-it-yourself salvation, science fiction group that masquerades as the true Church, lightly sprayed with a thin veneer of Christianity. Seeks to destroy through litigation a...






















    No not comparing....they are Cults. The definition is the first thing that popped up on my Internet when I Googled it for you. The rest of the definition I wrote since studying Cults in college. You got a general definition of cult. There can be cult movies, cult followings of groups like Treakies, and yes, SOME people might put common religions in that status.

    I've said "religious cults" for a reason.
    Here are the top ten in America since you have decided to be so defiant in doing your own research.


    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormonism).
    A very subtle, spiritual deception started in 1830 by Joseph Smith. This aggressively evangelistic group contends that it is the only true Church, and that all Christians outside Mormonism are following a deficient Gospel and a false Christ.

    The Watchtower Bible and Tract Society (Jehovah's Witnesses).
    Militantly anti-historic Christian tenets. This group began in the 1870s with Charles Taze Russell. They not only deny the essentials of the Christian faith, but the control exercised over the membership is highly destructive.

    The Church of Scientology.
    A do-it-yourself salvation, science fiction group that masquerades as the true Church, lightly sprayed with a thin veneer of Christianity. Seeks to destroy through litigation and character assassination those who speak out against the group.

    The Twelve Tribes.
    This group began in the early 1970s with Elbert Eugene Spriggs. They claim that salvation can only be found by giving all possessions to them and living in their community. All personal decision-making power is given over to the leadership.
    An open letter to a prospective member of the Messianic Communities (aka Twelve Tribes) -

    The Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity (Unification Church).
    Founded in 1954 by Sun Myung Moon, this highly authoritarian and destructive group teaches that Jesus failed on the cross. Moon is now the mediator between God and man.

    The International Churches of Christ (Boston Movement).
    This highly evangelistic group which began in 1978 with Kip McKean embraces most of the main tenets of the historic Church. Teaches that it is the only true Church and is highly authoritarian, with immense control over members' lives.

    The Family (Children of God).
    This communal group was founded by David “Moses” Berg. A strange mixture of basic Christian tenets and almost total sexual license. Very controlling and manipulative.

    Christian Identity Movement (Aryan Nations, Christian Identity Church, Klu Klux Klan, etc.).
    A loose-knit confederation of various small groups that are militantly anti-government and conspiracy driven. Each group holds differing, deviant Christian tenets. All hold to Caucasians being the descendants of the ten “lost” Tribes of Israel, God's true people.

    The Nation of Islam (Black Muslims).
    Began in 1930s by W. D. Fard. Group teaches that the black man is good, the white man is the devil, and that Jesus was merely a prophet. Highly controlling group.
    Learn more about the Nation of Islam - GO…

    United Pentecostal Church (UPC).
    A highly controlling, legalistic group that was formed in 1945. This group denies the Trinity and teaches that in order to be saved one must be baptized in the name of Jesus only.
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  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 19:26:41
    Charge
    So again... what';s Your point, why is his religion demeaning on him... You are still to answer for Your dispersions.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 19:43:25
    Singerar
    He not in a basic typical religious group!!!! He's in a crazy, crazy CULT. Why is that so hard to process?
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 21:06:36
    Charge
    That is just Your ideological opinion, nothing more. Do You need help with English?
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 21:12:54
    Singerar
    It's not my opinion.
    Sorry you don't understand
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 21:20:31
    Charge
    No, I don't think like an ideaological liberal, You are right.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 19:45:37
    Singerar
    I've answered everything for you. If you are so stupid that you can't get it....then you will never get it.
    Research Joseph Smith on your own. Educate yourself instead of being so combative.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 21:13:21
    Charge
    I'm not being combative, You are simply blinded by ideology.
    Here:
    In 1823, Joseph Smith said he was visited by an angel named Moroni, who told him of an ancient record containing God's dealings with the former inhabitants of the American continent. In 1827, Joseph retrieved this record, inscribed on thin golden plates, and shortly afterward began translating its words by the "gift of God."3 The resulting manuscript, the Book of Mormon, was published in March 1830. On April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith organized The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and became its first president.

    Joseph married Emma Hale on January 18, 1827, and was described as a loving and devoted husband. They had eleven children (two adopted), only five of whom lived past infancy. During the thirty-nine years of his life, Joseph established thriving cities in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois; produced volumes of scripture; sent missionaries throughout the world; orchestrated the building of temples; served as mayor of Nauvoo, one of the largest cities in Illinois, and as general of its militia, the Nauvoo Legion; and was a candidate for the presidency of the United States. He was a controversial figure in American history—beloved of his followers and hated by his detractors. Joseph was persecuted much of his ...


    I'm not being combative, You are simply blinded by ideology.
    Here:
    In 1823, Joseph Smith said he was visited by an angel named Moroni, who told him of an ancient record containing God's dealings with the former inhabitants of the American continent. In 1827, Joseph retrieved this record, inscribed on thin golden plates, and shortly afterward began translating its words by the "gift of God."3 The resulting manuscript, the Book of Mormon, was published in March 1830. On April 6, 1830, Joseph Smith organized The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and became its first president.

    Joseph married Emma Hale on January 18, 1827, and was described as a loving and devoted husband. They had eleven children (two adopted), only five of whom lived past infancy. During the thirty-nine years of his life, Joseph established thriving cities in Ohio, Missouri, and Illinois; produced volumes of scripture; sent missionaries throughout the world; orchestrated the building of temples; served as mayor of Nauvoo, one of the largest cities in Illinois, and as general of its militia, the Nauvoo Legion; and was a candidate for the presidency of the United States. He was a controversial figure in American history—beloved of his followers and hated by his detractors. Joseph was persecuted much of his adult life and was killed along with his brother Hyrum by a mob in Carthage, Illinois, on June 27, 1844.
    http://www.pbs.org/americanpr...

    You have a right to disagree with him but You have no right to judge him.
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  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/05 00:56:18
    Singerar
    Tell that to the young Adults who had to leave their families because they didn't want to continue the ruse. Cut off...no communication.

    Do you Judge Obama?
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/05 15:10:15
    Charge
    Free choice, stay or leave... as You say they can leave.

    As for Obama, I don't judge him, I judge what he does or doesn't do and those he chooses to associate with... as everyone should.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/05 17:45:12
    Singerar
    Hypocrite. Don't judge? Ha.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/05 19:58:13
    Charge
    It's always reasonable, no required to judge the actions of elected officials... come on....
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/05 23:31:38
    Singerar
    Oh but don't judge a man that promoted child rape by obtaining multiple wives!!!
    No, don't Judge Joseph Smith.
    We'll just Judge Warren Jessops and throw HIS ass in prison for pimping out 12 and 13 year old girls to old men cause their 25 year old wife is now sagging from having 4 children by now!
    God....really?
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/06 01:30:06
    Charge
    You have no basis in fact to tie Mitt Romney to Your accusations....
    Romney never promoted such things.
    Of course that behavior is abhorrent, but it is not part of main stream Mormon.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/06 03:36:15
    Singerar
    No it's NOT part of MAIN STREAM Morman but it began that way and there are still people (obviously) following that lifestyle.

    How come you get to put Muslim in a "blanket" catagory?
    See, it's okay when the Conservatives do it but not ny one else!

    I m well aware that the "Contempory" Mormons don't follow Poligamy any longer. BUT, it's till considered by any definition to be a "CULT" church based on " Cult" researchers.

    That crap posted about Obama and Christian wrong doing is just that - crap! No facts, fear based RW Propaganda.

    Romney wears his crazy on his sleeve. You Damn Obama with NO facts yet let a CULT member have a free ride.

    Wow.
    Real smart!!!
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/06 03:43:46
    Charge
    Look, once and for all, I didn't put Muslim anyplace... YOU did.
    What the Hell are You talking about?
    Quick get Your meds.
  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 18:18:05
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 19:35:48
    Charge
    Here are my top ten.... what to compare Your poltical list against reality?
    http://listverse.com/2007/09/...

    Religious Cults: The Popular View
    What exactly are religious cults? With such a large number of religious organizations and movements in the world today, it's important to understand what we mean when we start labeling certain groups. The dictionary defines cult as "a system of religious worship or ritual"; "devoted attachment to, or extravagant admiration for, a person, principle, etc." According to this definition, any believer in any god is a member of a cult. In the popular media, a cult is typically defined as a religious sect whose members are "controlled" by a manipulative organization or individual. This kind of cult is usually portrayed as deceptive, requiring absolute loyalty from its followers. Members are often removed from their prior lives altogether, including their jobs, homes and families. The Hare Krishnas, Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, and Moses David Berg's Family of Love are some popular examples of this type of cult.

    Religious Cults: The Christian Perspective
    Christians define religious cults from a different perspective. Simply, a cult is any religious group that deviates from the fundamental teachings of the historic, Bible-based, Christian fai...


    Here are my top ten.... what to compare Your poltical list against reality?
    http://listverse.com/2007/09/...

    Religious Cults: The Popular View
    What exactly are religious cults? With such a large number of religious organizations and movements in the world today, it's important to understand what we mean when we start labeling certain groups. The dictionary defines cult as "a system of religious worship or ritual"; "devoted attachment to, or extravagant admiration for, a person, principle, etc." According to this definition, any believer in any god is a member of a cult. In the popular media, a cult is typically defined as a religious sect whose members are "controlled" by a manipulative organization or individual. This kind of cult is usually portrayed as deceptive, requiring absolute loyalty from its followers. Members are often removed from their prior lives altogether, including their jobs, homes and families. The Hare Krishnas, Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, and Moses David Berg's Family of Love are some popular examples of this type of cult.

    Religious Cults: The Christian Perspective
    Christians define religious cults from a different perspective. Simply, a cult is any religious group that deviates from the fundamental teachings of the historic, Bible-based, Christian faith as confirmed through the ancient ecumenical creeds. Generally, if a religious organization follows Jesus Christ, but denies or distorts essential Christian doctrines such as the Trinity, the resurrection, or salvation by grace alone, that organization is considered a cult. Traditional examples are the Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, Christian Science, the Unity School of Christianity, and the Way International.
    http://www.allaboutcults.org/...

    Again You are using a populist view for political purposes.
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  • Singerar Charge 2012/05/04 19:41:55
    Singerar
    You just repeated what I said...wtf?

    This is not political. This is a definition issue, and according to your own article posting....it puts Mormonism in a "religious cult".

    You just proved my point.
  • Charge Singerar 2012/05/04 21:15:44
    Charge
    From the Christian Perspective... not as a Popular View... You don't see it do You? to subtle for You.

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